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biago, take some. last, but not least. chevron. this company preannounced numbers that nobody is too crazy, but they are far too often undervalued. if it's down going into the quarter and oil is strong the day before or we get a tight inventory number wednesday, pick up chevron. there might be a deep in the money call option. beyond earnings on friday, oh, boy, here is controversy. october nonfarm payroll report, remember, the thing under 8%, big hooplah. don't known there is a more important payroll result. these numbers have become a firestorm of controversy. and i think anything which shows a further pickup in hiring would be greeted with a level of partisan skepticism that will indeed blunt the good news. here is what you need to know. a good number and you actually think that obama is bad for the stock market. putting out there, okay? you might get a chance to set up a short into the opening, in other words, sell stocks into the opening. me? call prosaic. i want to hear the markets are coming back. and here is the bottom line. as we move forward, don't let the lousy action of th
will be out from chevron, pfizer, exxon mobil. auto companies will release earnings. ford, condoleeza rice leaner will owned fiat. the schiller index will report on home prices in 20 u.s. cities. on thursday we get auto sales numbers for october. on friday, the jobs report will be released. we will find out how many jobs the economy lost or gained in the last month. unemployment stands at 7.8% currently. finally today, a following security breach on sites like linkedin, yahoo and eharmony. they released the annual list of the most common worst passwords according to hackers who got them in the past. pass word, as a pass word and 123456 as another pass word. further down, monkey, trust no one, ashley and new this year jesus. if any of these are your passwords that you use, i hope i don't have to tell you what to do right now. that will do it for us today. thank you for joining me. america goes to the polling place to vote. we have the election issues covered here. keep it here where wall street meets main street. have a great week, everybody. i will see you again next weekend.
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